1 edition of Guidelines for the implementation of the African platform for action found in the catalog.
Guidelines for the implementation of the African platform for action
1995 by United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Center for Women in [Addis Ababa] .
Written in English
|Other titles||African Platform for Action :|
|Contributions||African Centre for Women., African Regional Conference on Women (5th : 1994 : Dakar, Senegal), World Conference on Women (4th : 1995 : Beijing, China)|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.A35 G85 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, 2, i, 20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||95981881|
Funding was also granted by the Government for the production of an overview on the extent of Afrophobia in Sweden. E Amb. The AWSA also stresses its support for the introduction of good animal welfare practices. Members of the Network will work to promote dialogue and collaboration among national authorities to promote policies for people of African descent. Portugal launched the national Commission for Equality and Against Racial Discrimination as a platform for providing legal information to address discriminatory treatment. Highlighting the importance of animal welfare is not the exclusive domain of wealthy or western nations.
They also used United Nations human rights mechanisms to challenge practices and hold law enforcement accountable. The right to development and the Agenda for Sustainable Development Goal 4. Home About Concrete measures are being taken to improve the human rights situation of people of African descent in a number of countries worldwide. The launch of this strategy does not therefore represent an introduction to animal welfare for African countries, but rather identification of continental needs and a coordinated approach to research, consolidation and dissemination of good animal welfare practices as the continuing globalisation of trade and intensification of farming systems puts pressure on animals and the people who care for them. Portugal has adopted measures to promote the integration of migrants, many of whom are reported to be people of African descent, into Portuguese society.
CAADP is an African-led agenda designed to guide Africa's agricultural transformation for sustained food security and socio-economic growth. She has been very supportive and instrumental in refining the document especially the inclusion of wildlife. Greece trained its judges and public prosecutors, as well as its police, on these issues and developed guidelines for police on how to tackle racist crimes InLithuania elaborated a draft conceptual framework on global education, seeking, inter alia, to promote greater knowledge and recognition of and respect for the culture, history and heritage of people of African descent. As part of the process of developing the policy, several consultations were held throughout the country with Afrodescendent communities, so that their voices and concerns could be included in the national policy. All States members of the African Union have committed themselves to integrating this content into their national curricula.
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The aim of the project is to support the World Bank, FAO, and the broader community of development and cooperation, in assisting Low- and Middle-Income Countries LMICs with the effective implementation of good animal welfare practices for the sustainable development of the agricultural sector.
West Midlands, United Kingdom, launched a new mobile app to record police stops and make searches more efficient. CAADP is an African-led agenda designed to guide Africa's agricultural transformation for sustained food security and socio-economic growth. It includes articles on the principle of equal treatment and prohibition of discrimination.
National action plans and other policies Argentina, Costa Rica, Honduras, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, Peru, Serbia and Uruguay have adopted national action plans against discrimination and plans specifically aimed at the promotion of the rights of Guidelines for the implementation of the African platform for action book of African descent.
Whilst the original idea was to have a large stakeholder conference for this purpose, the process has now been refined, and envisages a series of expert workshops covering different animal species, farming systems, welfare issues, and conditions.
Indicators such as poverty, employment, health, education, manifestations of discrimination and cultural identity were collected and regularly updated in a database.
Peru undertook research and data collection on the human rights situation of Afro-Peruvians. Monitoring bodies and complaint mechanisms Greece reported that five special prosecutors have been appointed to investigate racist crimes. Goal This includes information aimed at increasing knowledge about important individuals of African descent and historical events linked to racism and racial discrimination.
Portugal adopted law No. We also need more African Regional Economic Communities RECs to follow the lead of IGAD, and to develop their own animal welfare strategies; and for developing countries to incorporate animal welfare in their national development plans.
Costa Rica reported that the Office of the Presidential Commissioner for Matters Relating to Persons of African Descent is a permanent institutional platform responsible for coordinating action aimed at people of African descent. The Malabo Declaration is a re-commitment to the CAADP principles adopted by AU Heads of State and Government to provide effective leadership for the attainment of specific goals by the yearincluding ending hunger, tripling intra-African trade in agricultural goods and services, enhancing resilience of livelihoods and production systems, and ensuring that agriculture contributes significantly to poverty reduction.
While this is not an exhaustive list, it is hoped that these measures will serve as inspiration for other countries to effectively implement national and international legal frameworks, policies and programmes to combat racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance faced by people of African descent.
Thanks to the data, measures have been taken to tackle discriminatory patterns at federal and cantonal levels. ISBN: E Amb. For example, Guidelines for the implementation of the African platform for action book United Nations Information Centre at Bogota, in collaboration with the World Food Programme, produced a short video available on YouTube on Afrodescendent communities in the Pacific coastal region of Colombia on their adaptation to climate change, with a focus on food security and gender.
Argentina, Colombia, Ireland, Mexico, South Africa, Spain and Turkey enacted laws prohibiting racial profiling and racial discrimination. Since that time, the commission has developed a broad range of practices and subunits to execute its mandate, such as resolutions, working groups, special rapporteurs, country visits, and state reports.
In Spain a number of measures to tackle hate crimes against Afrodescendent communities were adopted. NGOs and other advocacy groups have been central to the development and sustenance of the commission—why?
Strengthening capacity Inthe Observatory of Citizen Participation and Non-Discrimination of Chile began a training programme for civil servants on participation, non-discrimination and Afro-descendent issues. In Portugal, the Immigrant Entrepreneurship Programme assisted participants of African origin, and the Choices programme promoted social inclusion of children and youth from vulnerable socioeconomic contexts, particularly descendants of migrants.
Several measures within this area are presented in the plan, and since then more actions have been initiated and carried out. It provides participants with an opportunity to deepen their understanding of international human rights law and the United Nations human rights system, with a focus on issues of particular relevance to people of African descent.
The Ombudsman of Colombia conducted a study to obtain information on the human rights situation, the impact of the armed conflict and the effects of the activities of the extractive industries on the Afro-Colombian population.
Home About Concrete measures are being taken to improve the human rights situation of people of African descent in a number of countries worldwide. Bulgaria, Spain and the United Kingdom provided a record of a stop or search to the member of the public involved, as a form of on-the-spot accountability.The RIM reviewed progress made by African countries in the implementation of commitments contained in Agenda 21 (A21), the Programme for the Further countries at regional and national levels to domesticate and translate into action, the Production Centres and the ARSCP is providing a platform for effective delivery and implementation.
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